Save the Hawksbill Sea Turtles!

Hawksbill turtles are a species of sea turtles that are critically endangered. Why is this? Because of us. They have a pattern of beautiful scales on their shells that make them very attractive. Because of their colorful shells, people hunt them to sell. Hawksbill Sea Turtles are important because they play a role in our… Read More

Civil Rights Icon Shares her Story

On Friday, January 13, Sacred Heart senior, Elizabeth Bachmann, a News 12 reporter and I had the unique opportunity to interview civil rights activist, Ms. Joanne Bland, prior to her whole-school presentation. Joanne Bland grew up in Selma, Alabama during the 1960s. As a part of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC, pronounced “snick”), Ms…. Read More

Meet Ms. O’Reilly!

” You have practice today, right? You have piano today, right? You have the musical after school, right,” Ms. O’Reilly says as she looks at each of her advisees. Ms. O’Reilly has reached the point where she has memorized our after school schedules.  This is not because she has to, but because she cares. Ms. O’Reilly… Read More

The most beautiful voice…

Sixth grade Tiger Times reporter, Josie Orr, recently interviewed Isabella Stewart, a seventh grade opera singer. Isabella sang “Mary Did You Know” at chapel on the morning of December 16, 2016, the last day of school before Christmas break. JO: When did you start singing? Isabella: I started singing when I was three. JO: What… Read More